The Congressional Integrity Project collects opposition research to investigate the Biden family.
Democrats are using a dark money group as a cover to stop Republican investigations into President Joe Biden’s son Hunter and his father Hunter.
The Congressional Integrity Project provides the Biden White House with poll data, political advertisements, and opposition research on Republicans who are leading investigations into the Biden Family. CNN reported. House Republicans have made clear their intention to investigate the Biden family’s business dealings, the president’s handling of classified documents, the border crisis, and federal mismanagement of the coronavirus relief program.
Democrats’ collusion with the Congressional Integrity Project contradicts party leaders’ insistence that dark money has undue influence on Washington, D.C. For example, Rep. Eric Swalwell (D., Calif.), who took part in a press call with the Congressional Integrity Project this week, Lamentable This is 2018 “a flood of dark money is poisoning our democracy, letting deep-pocketed special interests prevent Congress from acting even on issues upon which we agree.” Biden stated that “dark money erodes public trust.”
Although the Congressional Integrity Project was launched in 2020, it does not reveal the identities of its ultimate donors. However, tax filings show that almost all its money comes from the Sixteen Thirty Fund. This left-wing group is known as the “indisputable heavyweight of Democratic dark money.”
According to tax forms, the Sixteen Thirty Fund gave $1.5 Million to the Congressional Integrity Project from 2020. By the Washington Examiner This was last year. According to the Congressional Integrity Project, that amount of revenue was also reported by them. Tax Filings Reviewed by the Washington Free Beacon.
The Sixteen Thirty Fund doesn’t disclose its donors. However, some of its supporters have made it public about their support for the group. According to its grants, George Soros, a billionaire Democratic donor, has made contributions to the Sixteen Thirty Fund of $24,930,000 in 2021. Database.
Although the Congressional Integrity Project can’t be found out where its funds came from, it is clear about its purpose of undermining Republican investigations.
Brad Woodhouse is a senior adviser to the group and a veteran Democratic strategist. Last year, they “will exploit every tactic available” to impede the Republican probes. “It’s not enough to wait and see what they’re going to do and how far they’re going to go.” Woodhouse, who attended a White House meeting with a group of Democratic operatives in September, recently told CNN that the group’s role is “to go on offense” Against Republicans
In recent weeks, the Congressional Integrity Project released a series of press releases as well as research reports that portray Congressmen James Comer (R. Ky.) and Jim Jordan, (R. Ohio), as hypocrites regarding the issues they will be investigating in Biden’s investigation.
Comer, the chairman of the House Oversight and Government Reform Committee, is investigating Biden’s family business dealings, with a focus on Hunter Biden’s activities in China. He is also investigating the federal government’s coronavirus relief program, which reportedly disbursed billions of dollars in fraudulent federal loans. Jordan, who chairs the House Judiciary Committee, is turning his attention to the Biden administration’s handling of the border crisis. He has also sought records from the Justice Department on Biden’s handling of classified documents.
An example of the Congressional Integrity Project’s opposition research came this week in a hit piece on Comer. The group Indicted Comer of hypocrisy in his investigation of billions of dollars in fraudulent coronavirus relief payments, because the congressman’s brother received a $12,000 loan under the pandemic-era Paycheck Protection Program. While Comer’s brother is not accused of misusing the loan, the Congressional Integrity Project claimed without evidence that Comer had “padded his brother’s pockets.”
Republicans have examined fraud in the Paycheck Protection Program. However, they have also claimed that the program was required because of government-mandated lockdowns on businesses during the pandemic.
The Congressional Integrity Project, the White House, and Swalwell’s office did not respond to requests for comment.
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